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Mike Tofts
Speaking from a software provider’s point of view, surely all we want from this process is a fair and level playing field? In other words all software applications provided for the assessment of the energy performance of non domestic buildings should be subject to the same set of charges and this should therefore include both iSBEM and ORcalc.
Paul Holmes
We have been running Green Deal Information Seminars at NES for a few months now, and one concept which often takes those interested in becoming Green Deal Advisors (GDA) by surprise is the introduction of Green Deal Advice Organisations (GDAO).
Hilary Grayson

April – what a month!  The London Marathon (22nd April), Tax Credit Changes, Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton (ends at the V&A on 22 April) – it’s all happening in April.

And in our world there is RDSAP 9.91.  But in all the bally hoo around the requirements for ...

Dyfrig Hughes
Dyfrig Hughes gives his thoughts on the proposed changes to SAP, and the SAP 2012 consultation in advance of the Building Regulations L1A 2013 changes.
Hilary Grayson

Although I am not an avid watcher of Channel 4’s Grand Designs programme, I do dip in from time to time.  Likewise, the myriad of wonderful technical blogs out there.  Over a cup of coffee (or a glass of wine, depending on the time of day) I can dream of winning the lottery, overcoming...

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